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The Long Reel Ahead: What's In Store for Video Interviewing Recruiting News and Views @ RecruitingDaily

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While the roots of video interviewing extend further back, it's generally accepted that the practice began around the early 2000s with the rise of video teleconferencing. While this innovation took place outside of HR technology, inside the space vendors took note, recognizing video's ability to revolutionize the traditional interviewing model. Fast forward to 2019, and that revolution continues. See, as the development, implementation, and use of these interviews progressed so too did the technology powering these platforms. Recently, that's led to an in-depth discussion about the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in video interviewing, and how advancements serve the process and support hiring outcomes.


Machine Learning Recruitment: What You need to Know - WiseStep

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Machine learning is the subset of Artificial Intelligence or AI that has become the newest applied technology in most of the industries. With its ability to optimize and automate the hiring process, all sectors are welcoming it with open hands, including the recruitment sector. In fact, for the recruitment sector, machine learning technology has come out as a miraculous solution. The AI-powered tools and methodologies have made it easier to target the right people and find the best candidates for an opening. Additionally, machine learning methodologies can help screen hundreds and thousands of resumes in just a few minutes. But is machine learning only lucrative or does it have some negatives too? In this post, we will dig deeper into the functionalities and mechanics of machine learning in recruitment.


Five Recruiting Trends for the New Decade

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Traditional job interviews leave something to be desired. Relying on hiring managers to handle them without injecting some level of personal bias is fraught with risk, and the fact that many busy managers would rather not spend time interviewing candidates in the first place only compounds the problem. Enter the Tengai HR robot. This 16-inch-tall robotic device gets right to the task without stopping to engage in small talk with each applicant. The robot asks critical questions succinctly with no emotion, no bias and no preconceived notions.


The Key Role Evolving AI Will Play In Tech Hiring And Firing

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Despite the intrinsic contradiction, it's clear that artificial intelligence and machine learning are primed to play a leading role in the future of human capital management (HCM). As CTO of a software company offering AI-driven HCM solutions to more than 4,000 customers across a variety of industries, I've had the opportunity to witness this growing impact firsthand, and think about where these technologies will take us moving forward. Recent advancements have already eliminated tedious payroll tasks, improved employee productivity and streamlined processes. But as technology continues to evolve at a breakneck pace, emerging systems are looking to revolutionize how organizations make hiring, firing and compensation decisions. Hiring the right talent is pivotal for organizational success, but recruiting is traditionally one of the most challenging aspects of HR, especially for high-turnover tech companies.


Evolving AI Will Play Key Role In Tech Hiring And Firing - HCM Technology Report

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In this guest column, Adam Rogers, chief technology officer of Ultimate Software, describes where he believes AI and machine learning will lead HCM technology. Despite the intrinsic contradiction, it's clear that artificial intelligence and machine learning are primed to play a leading role in the future of human capital management. As CTO of a software company that offers AI-driven HCM solutions across a variety of industries, I've had the opportunity to witness this growing impact first-hand and think about where these technologies will take us moving forward. Recent advancements have already eliminated tedious payroll tasks, improved employee productivity and streamlined processes. But as technology continues to evolve at a breakneck pace, emerging systems are looking to revolutionize how organizations make hiring, firing and compensation decisions.